AM Briefing: BU's Latest Tragedy; Stonehill Credential Leads To Yahoo Resignation

Good morning. Top local stories and what we're watching this Monday:

-- Boston University is reeling from the deaths of three students in a weekend car accident in New Zealand. It's the latest incident in a very tough year for BU.

-- A missing 4-year-old's body was found in a Westborough pool last evening. [NECN]

-- Scott Thompson, the embattled Yahoo CEO whose resume incorrectly listed a Stonehill College degree, has stepped down.

-- The Massachusetts Appeals Court has ruled that judges have to do a better job telling jurors to not talk about their case on social media, which could lead to a mistrial. [Boston Globe]

-- A state task force on military base budget cuts is set to meet today. [FOX 25]

-- State websites are constantly under attack from hackers. [WCVB-TV]


-- The Celtics host the Sixers tonight in Game 2 of their playoff series, after squeaking by Philly Saturday.

-- The Red Sox win their third straight, routing the Indians 12-1.

This program aired on May 14, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.

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